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Terrorist acts committed in three Syrian cities2012-03-12 13:56
During the last twenty-four hours, the militants committed terrorist acts in three Syrian cities, 34 people killed.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported today by the KP.ru, during the last twenty-four hours, the militants committed terrorist acts in three Syrian cities - Aleppo, Hama and Homs, 34 people killed. One of the victims of the terrorist acts became the pride of the nation and the favorite of the public, the champion of Syria and Asia on Boxing Giyas Teyfur. The militants shot him in the car in Aleppo.
According to the Rosbalt, in the city of Hama, the terrorists committed a diversion in the Algab district, where a bridge was blown up. Security forces of the city are pursuing the gangs that terrorize the inhabitants. Several dangerous criminals were killed; weapons and ammunition reserves were confiscated.
In Homs, the militants took hostage one of the leaders of the local regional committee of Arab Baath Socialist Party. A number of government agencies and offices of private companies were fired with rocket-propelled grenades, the edition reported.
Recall, the uprising against the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria began in March 2011. According to human rights agencies, since that time the government has repeatedly used the army to crush the peaceful protests. The total number killed in the clashes, according to the UN, has exceeded 7.5 thousand people. The Syrian government claims to be fighting armed rebels. According to the authorities, during the conflict about two thousand people were killed.